Mr. Giuliani sought to make the case that a longer timeline for that aspect of the Russia investigation would hurt Republicans in the midterm elections.
Mr. Trump has described the investigation as a politically motivated effort to undermine his presidency. But time and again, agents took steps that ultimately benefited him.
He said his only choices were “speak or conceal.” But a third way would have avoided election interference.
One year on, Donald Trump’s firing of James Comey remains his most revealing move.
In a series of public rants, the former law-and-order mayor and prosecutor has launched broadsides at the criminal-justice system he once served.
The investigations swirling around the president are dizzying. Here’s what really matters.
They leave little doubt that the president is in serious jeopardy, particularly regarding obstruction of justice.
The questions show the special counsel’s focus on obstruction of justice and touch on some surprising other areas.
The questions provide the most detailed look yet at the special counsel investigation and show an effort to learn about the president’s thinking.
President Trump called James Comey “either very sick or very dumb,” saying his fired F.B.I. chief did not understand the severity of what the president called a leak of classified information.
Sometimes the best way to do justice is to compromise with those who would deny it.
Amazon limited reviews of the book to readers who have purchased it on its site.
Hillary Clinton once again compared President Trump to authoritarians, and glancingly referred to the newly declassified memos by James Comey, the former F.B.I. director.
The deputy attorney general’s decision to release the memos did little to help Republicans undermine the credibility of James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director.
The former F.B.I. director was interviewed for “The Daily” podcast. Here are five takeaways from the conversation.
The memos, which had been redacted, detail phone calls and encounters between President Trump and James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director.